Analítica avanzada y trabajo colaborativo desde Servicio Power BI

Spanish Intermediate DATA & AI

La sesión recorrerá opciones de consumo avanzado de los datos desde el servicio Power BI con acciones colaborativas que tienen en cuenta el tipo de licencias y la seguridad integrada, e incluye además, analítica avanzada con Servicios Cognitivos y Azure Maps.


Ana Maria Bisbe York

Business Intelligence Consultant and Trainer. Microsoft Data Platform MVP. Microsoft Partner in Power BI. LinkedIn Learning Trainer. Author of Power BI Book in Spanish

Ana María is a professional in the world of data, with over 30 years in the software industry and extensive experience, both in training and in projects, in data modeling and analysis with Microsoft SQL Server Business Intelligence tools and Excel, Tableau, and Power BI. She has more than 15 years of experience as a trainer in data analysis and treatment, the creation of relational, multidimensional, and tabular models, and the creation of reports and dashboards with advanced analytics. As a Microsoft Partner in Power BI, she has done consulting, training and projects, spreading the knowledge and power of Power BI. Her technical level and the recognition she has achieved have led her to be the author of the content published on Power BI for LinkedIn Learning in Spanish. Since 2001, she has collaborated with various technical communities, which share knowledge and experiences, and with communities that promote the visibility of female talent in technology. She is a regular speaker at international events and congresses in Spain, many European countries, LATAM, and the United States. She is a co-leader in the Power Platform Madrid community and leads projects and initiatives in Power Platform Spain. For all this activity, she has been awarded the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award in the Data Platform category for several years. You can find her in forums and events, as a speaker, organizer, or attendee, and also online on her Twitter account (ambynet), on LinkedIn ( or her technical blog at AMBY.NET ( which he has maintained for almost 20 years.

Code of Conduct

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Code of Conduct for local live streams

We expect local organizers to set up and enforce a Code of Conduct for all Global Azure live stream.

A good template can be found at, including internationalized versions at An excellent version of a Code of Conduct, not a template, is built by the DDD Europe conference at